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a discussion about the subjects that are in the book for foreign policy. [applause] >> thank you steve. you instrumental to make this project have been. also oxford university press that published the book and also to my:editor catherine and the people here at the foundation also jonathan who helped to make the book possible. the reason it was necessary storming off the stage from 1970's of the insurgent movement is important yet at the same time that is less well understood. and we had the great bull of on the taliban but we wanted to focus how did they develop after 9/11? we have one dozen chapters in the book and those on stage you contributed in those two writing a book that chapter with the taliban insurgency as it relates to the condo tarry taliban without movement to negotiate with the afghan government were not followed up. also the professor at national defence university and at columbia and that a high ranking pakistan a police official that now has the political scene when the political ecosystem that the pact is danny taliban chance when because although the m&a are sufficiently
, have to tell you to my cannot afford it. i only have three. she knows steve, so there's a possibility that he can bear when he gets the money. he doesn't have it. what we know is because linking get embarrassed or his honor at the best offense, but when she said to lincoln, you can pay me later or maybe as was announced, he ran out the door. so they say when you visit a prostitute there should always be a happy ending, this is not for personal experience, by the way, but in this case it was not a happy ending. even abraham lincoln. what i thought i would do for the main body of my remarks today is tell you just a couple of my favorite stories, not just about mistresses and history, but more importantly about present a character. don't worry, there are some juicy stories involved. one of them involves our 22nd and 24th president, grover cleveland. now, when grover cleveland was a young man, there was a controversy because cleveland father the child out of wedlock. the woman named maria hellbent from pennsylvania, and she might have been a prostitute. at the least, she was very casual a
was one of the first 10 buddies in chicago. stallions with steve mccoy. that was a great story. so i'm writing this book answers all time-consuming and, of course, i was as personally involved. is without a successful book but it was a great story and a great woman. so gradually i'm finding little clues maybe somebody else was killed in a please can somebody was saying i was the woman and the average hitchcock movie, in cycle. they got altogether in las vegas. there was no day but there's a remark from marlee renfro. so about maybe on a wednesday i figured out she's a life. and i've been asking everywhere. some sitting there at my desk and i says just the olympics i read in a book about a woman who'd been killed by a serial killer and she moves to the desert and she's alive. and the phone rings and his voice is, i. this is marlee renfro. i'm standing -- i understand you are looking for me to for me. it would've but it would've commanded a ship called on tuesday. that's the cool thing. here's a woman, forgotten, very modest. just that one year being a model and actress and she did som
and steve and karen in the library. it's a great team working here. and no historian can do this kind of work without the preliminary work the library does for the pics are very grateful to all of them. to get back to the system, caroline mentioned the desk, as you do, and she mentioned playing in the desk. and it was exactly in the knee hole, the space underneath the desk that one microphone was close to our chief sources, oral history by secret service agent, robert, 1970 7a while later described where he had put the mic, and that's pretty much our only source. >> if i could interrupt, that agent had a particular specialty in the secret service. that makes his choice of this assignment interesting. >> his job was to protect president kenny from electronic surveillance, so he was trying -- [laughter] -- the outside world from listening in, but he was asked to help president kennedy listen in on its own conversation. >> so it was 22 years before 1984. >> so one mic was in a hole of the famous desk. another mic was over on a coffee filter in the cabinet room not far from the oval offic
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